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    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    It's definitely the titles controlled by Warner (WB, MGM, RKO etc) that have the best chance of making an appearance on Blu-ray. And so much of that is down to the enthusiasm, determination and all-round awesomeness of Warner Archive's Mr. Feltenstein. Unfortunately 1935 titles not under the...
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    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    Wow! That's an impressive collection of 1935 Blu-rays. I only have ten - with just three titles showing up in both our collections (The 39 Steps, Man on the Flying Trapeze and The Whole Town's Talking). Just goes to show you that 1935 is already richly represented in the format. Although - as...
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    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    Cinefan, enjoyed reading your post and perusing your list. Here are the 1935 titles I have on Blu-ray (some of them Region 2) THE 39 STEPS( Robert Donat, Madleleine Carroll) THE BLACK ROOM( Boris Karloff, Marian Marsh) THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN( Boris Karloff ,Colin Clive) THE CRUSADES(...
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    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    I restricted the titles in my initial post to films that were favorites of mine. Afraid I never cared for "Go Into Your Dance". Don't find much charm in Jolson - and Ruby Keeler, adorable as she can be, definitely needs a leading man that's not just talented but likeable too (like Dick Powell)...
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    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    Sorry. I meant to say "adult Pip".
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    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    "David Copperfield" is definitely one of the top Blu-ray candidates Warner Archive has among its vintage properties. A warmly remembered film with an instantly recognizable title, based as it is on one of the most famous of all novels. I've little doubt it would quickly join the company's list...
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    Warner Archive, Wave Your Wand and Bring Back 1935!

    An optimistic tip of the hat to one of Hollywood's golden years. - involving titles that likely fall under the Warner Archive umbrella. Not an exhaustive list of their 1935 holdings, but certainly the ones I'd most like to see get a new lease on life as shiny new Blu-rays. It's probably just a...
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